Question about LG 42PX5D 42 in. Plasma HDTV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have an older ps2 hooked up with componant cables too. Dis you buyt the special playstation componant cable?? If so, Make sure the right wires are in the right ports?? does it work with just the yellow cable in the Video??
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
SOURCE: sound no picture
I just had the same thing happen to my tv today. I tried taking cables out and putting them back, different antenna, everything. Finally phoned the LG contact number and they are sending someone out early next week to do a software update - free of charge! They were so helpful on the phone and a pleasure to deal with - even gave me a short term fix: turn tv on; unplug antenna, change the channel then plug the antenna back in ... picture is slowy returning using this solution.
I would recommend to anyone with this or a smilar issue to call the customer service line. Big bouquets to LG - I love their products! And their customer service is outstanding!
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
1 thing to keep in mind with HT (home theater) systems is that when selecting a particular function that the input to the receiver matches the output to the TV/monitor. Example, you can play dvd's just fine because the HDMI output from the 958 matches the input to your monitor. Many consumers are under the mistaken impression that the home theater receiver can convert the HDMI to some other format, i.e. digital co-ax or optical. This is not the case. To use some other input the receiving device must have the same function & that particular input must be selected in order for the receiver to amplify it.
That being said, when you previously tried the digital co-ax connection did you specially select that input on your HT receiver? If you didn't, the receiver would be expecting to be processing audio from the HDMI input & would ignore the digital co-ax. You may also need to select that output on the monitor in order to active it, which, in most cases, would be odd. I was attempting to access the owners' manuals for these units & decided to respond with basic info hoping to get you up & running. Respond to this post if you have any additional questions.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
I need some clarification before we can proceed. Which audio/video cable did you use to connect the 360 & your home theater receiver & TV/monitor? It makes a difference which you use. The HDMI cable would be the preferred one to use. The fact that the receiver only has 1 HDMI connection limits your options for other digital connections. Respond to this post & I can provide additional info. I have found that when responding to someone's question, I have a tendency to provide too much info on the 1st response.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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